House GOP members are looking forward to exercising their control over the House this Thursday as they will be uncovering the “weaponization of the federal government” through a hearing concerning the Justice Department and the FBI.
The House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government will be summoning the two former FBI officials.
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The FBI officials will probably be backing Republicans’ claims that the FBI has been “politicized” under the current administration.
On Tuesday, GOP Rep. from Ohio, Jim Jordan, stated:
“We have a government that now, I believe, is targeting the very people it is supposed to serve.”
Jordan is the head of the Weaponization subcommittee and the House Judiciary Committee.
Nicole Parker and Thomas Baker are the two former FBI agents appearing in front of the Committee on Thursday.
Parker quit his job as he felt that the bureau was being used as a political weapon. On the other hand, Baker will be talking about the significance of having an independent bureau.
The former and current lawmakers belonging to both the parties will also be testifying on Thursday. These lawmakers include Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA), and Ron Johnson (R-WI), Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) and Hawaii’s former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
Gabbard wrote on her Twitter:
“When self-serving politicians weaponize law enforcement & undermine the rule of law to advance their own political interests, they make us less safe and turn our democratic republic into a banana republic.”
Fox News Digital obtained a draft copy of Senator Johnson’s opening statement that reveals his plans to elaborate the significance of recognizing “corrupt individuals within federal agencies are not acting alone.”
Johnson is planning to say:
“They operate as vital partners of the left wing political movement that includes most members of the mainstream media, Big Tech social media giants, global institutions and foundations, Democratic Party operatives and elected officials.”
The Department of Justice and the FBI have overruled the accusations of being influenced politically.